ADVIP Member Directory
ADVIP members include researchers with an expertise in the field of partner and family abuse, or provide direct intervention services to perpetrators and have indicated a commitment to evidence-based practice. Both members and non-members can view the membership directory. Individuals with a Full Membership to ADVIP can write posts to our blog pages and enjoy other benefits not available to individuals with a Limited Membership. To become a member, or to upgrade membership from Limited Member to Full Member, go to the JOIN ADVIP link on the home page.
Some ADVIP members have organized into local chapters. Local chapters allow members to meet face-to-face, or through Skype or other electronic forums, to network and advance evidence-based practice in their local communities. A list of local ADVIP chapters can be found on this page.
In this Searchable Master List, you may click on member’s name to view their full profile page containing information about their location, background, training, intervention services and research interests. In the member’s profile page, you can click on the country, state, province or city to view all other members in those categories.
There are two additional search boxes. The one on the left allows you to find members according to their status as either Researcher or Provider. The box on the right allows you to conduct a more refined search, to find members by city, state or province, research interests (e.g., domestic violence risk factors, motivation, impact on children) or clinical services and modalities (e.g., batterer groups, parenting programs, substance abuse treatment, etc.). Keep in mind that some profile data can be entered in multiple ways , so if a search in unsuccessful try a related keyword – for example, “group counseling” instead of “group therapy,” “LGBTQ” instead of “LGBT,” and so forth.
SEARCHABLE MASTER LIST
FIND PROVIDERS AND RESEARCHERS
Don David Chapin (Newport, United States) Provider
Court approved provider and Central Monitoring Agency for Lincoln County, OR. providing services in Lincoln, Linn, Benton and Polk Counties OR.
33 years Facilitating BIP programs, 36 years involvement with Violence against Women Intervention initiatives (Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault)
Jose G Garcia (Hermiston, United States) Provider
Jose Garcia Is a Counselor with Multiple Certifications from MHACBO,He is Certified Alcohol Drug level II
Gambling Level I/CGACI/expires 06/01/22
CADCII/Alcohol drug counselor/expires/12/01/20.
NAADAC Certification Commission NCACI,/expires 03/31/21
SAP/Substance Abuse Professional/expires 04/30/2022
Member of Anger Management association/
Domestic Violance DVSII/expires/july/30/22
Chair of the Hispanic Advisory Committee at City hall in Hermiston Oregon,
President of the Latino Business network thru the chamber of commerce in Hermiston Oregon.
Ambassador for the STIF Advisory committee appointed by county Commissioners state wide transportation improvement.
Member of the TIO, Trauma Inform Oregon.
Director at New horizons Program.Out patiente Cultural Specific Services.
Member of the Multicultural Advisory Committee/For Gambling Treatment,Salem Oregon thru OHA.
Member of Board of directors and Secretary for MHACBO,Mental Health and addiction counseling Board of Oregon.
Melanie Kelly (Hood River, United States) Provider
MELANIE KELLY, LCSW: CREDENTIALS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Licensed Clinical Social Worker-Oregon Board of Clinical Social Workers #3784
WashingtonState Licensed Independent Social Worker- #LW00009366
Member-National Association of Social Workers
Clinical Associate Member-Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA)
Certified Clinical Therapist-Sex Offender Treatment Oregon board- STB-T-10125498
Washington State certified domestic violence offender treatment program
COUNSELING AND EVALUATION SERVICES
Therapeutic Solutions Inc. provides a broad range of behavioral counseling services to individuals, couples and families that include: Mental and behavioral health treatment, relationship improvement, anger management, social skills development, self-esteem building and sexual abuse treatment (victim and offender). Ms. Kelly evaluates individuals for mental and behavioral health needs. Ms. Hertrich conducts group and individual services as well as conducts domestic violence and anger management evalautions. Therapeutic Solutions Inc. provides many services to individuals who are court-ordered or who are going through legal proceedings (criminal, divorce, child custody and juvenile). We have excellent credibility with the courts in Oregon and Washington.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Ms. Kelly holds a masters degree in Social Work received from PortlandStateUniversity in 2003. She has been licensed as a Clinical Social Worker since December of 2005. She has been working with victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence for the past 15 years. She has provided community based family therapy as well as individual therapy surrounding mental health and violence issues. Ms. Kelly has worked in the alternative school setting providing mental health treatment for at risk youth in addition to providing sex offender specific treatment. In addition she has worked as a co-therapist providing services to domestic violence offenders. Ms. Kelly was trained in working with adolescent sexual offenders at the Kempe Children’s Center in Denver, Colorado.
Ms. Hertrich has worked for 20 years in the criminal justice and social service field. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Family and Childhood development and has specialized training in victim and offender treatment. Ms. Hertrich was trained in DenverColorado at the Kempe Children’s Center where she was certified in working with adolescents who have committed offenses. Ms. Hertrich in addition has been trained in Domestic Violence Offender treatment through Allies in Change by Chris Huffine.
APPROACH TO COUNSELING
Therapeutic Solutions Inc. utilizes a cognitive-behavioral model of treatment that focuses on thinking, feeling and behaving. We have a very practical, solution-oriented approach to counseling. The first step is helping the client to identify the problem(s) in their life and then developing an action plan to cope with the problem and resolve the issue(s). We encourage clients to take responsibility for their behavior and use a variety of self-improvement tools to prevent hurtful behavior and track their progress. These tools include: prevention plans, journals, positive self-talk, workbooks, art therapy and situation scripting-tapes. We are firm believers that people are inherently good, but they sometimes do destructive and hurtful things to themselves and others.
Ms Leslie Jane Kendall (Medford, United States) Provider
Drug and Alcohol CADC1
Continuing education through seminars and conferences
Ongoing consultation with Sandra Stith PhD and John Hamel LCSW
30 years clean and sober in Alcoholics Anonymous
Services or Research Projects
I have been employed at OnTrack Inc. for the past 11 years as a counselor/facilitator of (WAV) Women’s Alternative to Violence. WAV is a 30 to 36 week program for women who have been court order to treatment as offenders and or victims of domestic violence. OnTrack is primarily a Drug and Alcohol treatment facility with Domestic Violence services, DUI services, Mental Health support, Pain Management, HIV Ed., residential and outpatient housing.
I have developed a manualized program for female victim’s and female perpetrator’s of domestic violence, which draws heavily from the Seeking Safety framework developed by Lisa Najavits PhD. The program serves an average of 100 women per week. We hope to empirically test this model in the near future.
The women that I serve are referrals from Probation and Parole, Dept. of Human Services, Mental Health therapists and other local agencies. We offer 2 groups per week for women offenders, 2 groups per week for women victims and two groups per week for women who identify as primary victims who have become aggressive.
After the completion of Batterers Intervention and or WAV services, select couples, who have been vetted by all involved community partners, are offered domestic violence couples counseling.
Katherine Anne Stansbury (Oregon City, United States) Provider
All my professional study and work is guided by the question of how we treat each other.
BA Anthropology – Antioch College
Mediator/Conflict Specialist – Marylhurst University
Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor II
2009-2011 – Clackamas Co. Community Corrections – Women’s Empowerment Project – education group for women impacted by DV – curriculum development/co-facilitator
2010-2011 – Clackamas Women’s Services – TurningPoints Project – education group for women impacted by DV – curriculum development/co-facilitator
2010-2013 – Multnomah County Circuit Court – small claims case mediator
2012-Present – ChangePoint/Central City Concern – group facilitator/counselor for combined DV offender intervention/addictions program. Piloted female offenders program.
Oregon Mediation Association Conference Presenter
2011: Gunsmoke’s Marshal Matt Dillon: Conflict Specialist
2014: Motivational Interviewing: Using Resistance to Create Change
2015: Domestic Violence Intervention: Changing the Conversation (panel discussion with DVIP participants and facilitators)
2018: Accountability: Why It Matters and How to Get There
2020: DV 101 for Substance Abuse Counselors – one-day course on addressing domestic violence within the scope of addictions counseling
Rita – Sullivan , Ph.D (Medford, United States) Provider
Ph.D Clinical Psychology 1985
Licensed Practicing Psychologist since 1991
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist 1990
CADC III (Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor)
Sub specialty certification from APA (American Psychological Association) in the treatment of alcohol and other substance use disorders
Member American Board of Disability Analysts
Clinical Member of the Oregon Psychological Association
Services or Research Projects
Provided supervision to large staff for over 35 years including domestic violence reeducation and victims services
Developed many mondel programs
Principal Investigator on many large Federal, State, Foundation grants
Pr. Don A. Voeks (Gresham, United States) Provider
Japan Lutheran Thoelogical Seminary and College B. Th. 1973
Christ Seminary Seminex M. Div. 1977
Portland State University MS 1988
Services or Research Projects
LGBT, women, After care, prefer self referred clients.
Dr. Patricia Warford , PsyD (Newberg, United States) Provider
I did my doctoral dissertation on female victims of domestic violence. I graduated George Fox PsyD program in 1996, licensed Oregon in 1998. I have worked in community mental health and private practice. I began working with victims of family violence (including child witness/victims and sexual abuse victims, male and female victims) in 1992 and with batterer intervention in 2003. I have served on the Oregon Governor’s Council for Domestic Violence and current serve on the Oregon Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team. I have taught an adjunct class on domestic violence. I have presented nationally and in the DR Congo on impact of violence.
Services or Research Projects
I provide individual and group treatment to victims of domestic violence as well as groups for court-mandated men and women adjudicated on domestic violence charges. I do forensic work, focusing primarily on domestic violence issues.